Japan, China to resume bilateral dialogue on finance in May

Japan and China are planning to discuss financial issues on May 7 in Yokohama in the first session of the bilateral dialogue in nearly two years, sources said Wednesday, reflecting a recent thaw in relations. Finance Minister Taro Aso and his Chinese …
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